In “Not All Poor People are Black And Other Things We Need to Think More About," Indiana author Janet Cheatham Bell interrogates assumptions, including her own.
Whether joining Women Writing For A Change for the pen and paper to write home--or to refine their prose-- most emerge with a stronger voice and community.
Author Nadine Pinede's fibromyalgia has affected her writing in a surprising way.
An Indiana historian returns with a new look at the state's past.
It's no monster, but Storyzilla is definitely giving the traditional definition of storytelling a good shake-up.
Poet Antonia Mathew says a poem begins with a tap on the shoulder from the muse. Helen May describes the impetus as more of a kick from her surroundings.
Well honed stories, thoughtful poetry and the excitement of "poetry on demand"
...a murder mystery adventure, but will also a behind-the-scenes look into the life of an opera singer.
Karen Joy Fowler sets her award-winning novel in Bloomington, right at the border of autobiography and science fiction.
Chicago's Poems While You Wait project comes to Bloomington.